Re: Does Jeep use non-turnable rotors??
They may be out there, but I've yet to see a rotor that
can't be resurfaced - as long as someone hasn't already
That's a popular thing on Mercedes - to replace rather than
resurface - a scam.
And, a new rotor does not come crooked or need to be surfaced.
It already has the correct surface, and the factory's
multi-million dollar machines get it straighter than
Bubba's $5000 lathe ever will.
The pulsating pedal - caused by runout.
The disc is not the same thickness all the way around, or
when someone tried to refinish it they chucked it in a
It should be done "ON THE CAR" - not removed and put in a
1. The separate lathe mounts it on cones - it cannot mount
accurately, no matter how "good" the technician thinks,
or pretends he is.
Try mounting one, refinish it, take it off, then remount
it on the same lathe again - why is it crooked again?
2. A lathe creates screw marks by the cutter, those make
the pads move when applying the brakes.
What you need is someone with an "ON THE CAR GRINDER."
An honest and competant mechanic.